After 35 excruciating days of house arrest, Lindsay Lohan is finally free to roam the good, green earth, as of 10:20 PST, Wednesday, June 29, 2013. And the best part is: she no longer has to worry about that hideous ankle bracelet making her pants look all bunchy ‘n stuff.
Lindsay Lohan House Arrest Sentence
Lindsay Lohan was originally sentenced to 120 days on house arrest, after pleading no contest to misdemeanor theft for stealing a necklace from a jewelry store in Venice, California, but had the sentence reduced to just 35 days in paradise lockup. Now that she’s free, LiLo must feel amazing — especially after being “cooped up” in her home in Venice with a beautiful view of the ocean, relaxing on her roof, having a house arrest party with her friends, endorsing Blu Cigs’ electronic cigarettes, and shooting a commercial for penny auction site, BEEZID.com.
Community Service Excites LiLo
Lindsay let TMZ into her garage this morning (as any good celebrity would do), so she could give them the exclusive scoop on her first moments outside her home in more than a month (please ignore the court dates, rooftop photos, commercials, etc. Those apparently don’t count as being outside her home…)
Anyway, inside her garage, Lindsay told the cameras that she’s “excited to start community service and focus on [her] work.”
Who gets excited for community service? We sure wouldn’t. But we hate doing stuff for other people, so maybe that’s our problem. If only we could all be as benevolent as Ms. Lohan.
So, do you think Lindsay can make like Britney Spears, and have a total comeback?
We certainly hope so! But first, we hope she shaves her head and attacks a car with an umbrella.
More On Lindsay Lohan’s House Arrest:
- Lindsay Lohan On House Arrest — Trapped In PARADISE — TMZ
- Lindsay Lohan’ House Arrest Party On The Roof — TMZ
- Linday Lohan Shoots Commercial During HOUSE ARREST — TMZ
- VIDEO: Lindsay Lohan House Arrest Ends: I’m ‘Excited’ to Start Over — TMZ
- Lindsay Lohan Dodges Jail Bullet — TMZ
- Lindsay Lohan — The Rooftop Victory Celebration — TMZ